The era after WWII was mostly devoid of populist party influence. Instead, Europe was on the mend, and integration at the forefront of European if not global policy agendas. Integration ensured peace. The postwar-prosperity was phenomenal, productivity and social welfare programmes expanded rapidly. Given the changes in the past decades, in particular after the latest European expansion […]
Nate Breznau is a Postdoctoral Fellow in European Societies and their Integration at the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES) at the University of Mannheim. His research interests include social policy, public opinion, immigration and social inequality.